New York, New York Reciprocal Club – Princeton Club of New York

15 W 43rd St
New York, New York   10036-7402
1468

Tel: 2125961200
Fax: 2125961399
Overnight Accommodations: Yes

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4 Responses to New York, New York Reciprocal Club – Princeton Club of New York

  1. Allen Kratzer says:

    We stayed at the Princeton Club for three nights prior to embarking on a cruise in September 2012. The room was excellent, the dining room was even better and the staff were outstanding. We were made to feel at home, from the front desk, to the dining room and bar, to the maids. The location is one and a half long blocks from Times Square and the Theater District, one short block from the New York Public Library and six short blocks from the Empire State Building. At the end of our stay, there was a limo waiting to take us the short distance to the Manhatten Cruise Terminal. We could not have been treated better.

  2. Stephen Baumann says:

    While visiting NY for six days, my wife and I decided to vist a number of Recipical Clubs to see what they were like. We will now be visiting NY at least a couple of times a year and might want to stay or eat at a club. The Princeton Club was the third club we visited. It was a nice, pretigious establishment and the breakfast was very good. However,that is where it ended. The attitude at the front desk was not very welcoming, maybe because it was 09:00. I presented everything as requested and required. I was then told to have a seat. All of this was acceptable except the unwelcome attitude. After over 25 minutes, I got up and went to the front desk and told them we were no longer interested. I was asked to wait a minute longer. At that point, the same individual wrote information on a slip of paper (the other clubs gave a card) with the required information and told us where to go for breakfast. After visiting the two other clubs, I guess I expected more. I would not recommend the this club to anyone.

  3. Stphen Baumann says:

    On our return from New York I sent a review on the Princeton Club and other Riciprocal Clubs we visited, while in New York, a number of Reciprocal Clubs. The Princeton Club was the only one that I did not recommend I have now received the charge for the bill. I knew that It would be expensive, but that was ok. Now keep in mind this was for brakfast. I had bacon and eggs and my wife had Yogurt and sonething else, light. The charge on my credit card which I did not see at the time was for $163.31. I am totaly shocked. This is absurd! I have eaten at other Reciprocal Clubs from lunces to dinners and drinks, but for brekfast this is outlandish. The menu did not reflect these prices. I am wondering . . . did I miss something all other clubs don’t have, like an extera fee for being a Marine?

  4. Stphen Baumann says:

    On our return from New York I sent a review on the Princeton Club and other Reciprocal Clubs we visited, while in New York, a number of Reciprocal Clubs. The Princeton Club was the only one that I did not recommend I have now received the charge for the bill. I knew that It would be expensive, but that was ok. Now keep in mind this was for breakfast. I had bacon and eggs and my wife had Yogurt and something else, light. The charge on my credit card which I did not see at the time was for $163.31. I am totally shocked. This is absurd! I have eaten at other Reciprocal Clubs from lunches to dinners and drinks, but for breakfast this is outlandish. The menu did not reflect these prices. I am wondering . . . did I miss something all other clubs don’t have, like an extra fee for being a Marine?

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